We spent a few days in Charlotte with my family for Thanksgiving. This is a holiday that has changed for our family and we are still trying to work it out. In the past, we all went to my parent's house in the mountains. We loved this tradition. It included all of us in one big house. Parade. Picking out a Christmas tree from one of the many farms. Family. All together. Last year, this house was sold. We met at the beach. All in the same building. Still fun and nice.
This year, we were in the same city, but not in the same place. I really missed having us all under one roof, but am thankful we are still able to be close.
I spent a lot of the day before Thanksgiving cooking - gluten free goodies from pumpkin bars to mac n cheese, from sausage/cheese biscuits to pumpkin banana muffins and more. Christopher, Joshua and Isaiah played Axis and Allies for hours! I loved seeing them play and have fun. I do have a picture, but promised not to post it. ;-)
We headed to Charlotte on Thursday arriving before lunch. Isn't the table beautiful?! That is my sister who really does make things look so lovely and inviting!
I'm so very thankful for my family. I've been richly blessed with a wonderful family!!!
Hoping your Thanksgiving was a delightful one too!